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Sexual Assault Prevention Team

SAPT (Sexual Assault Prevention Team)

What is SAPT?

SAPT is a trained student group who educates the SVSU community about the resources that exist and try to prevent sexual assault among their peer group. They also serve as a focus group on what our students need in terms of education and resources.

Some of the topics SAPT covers, includes: 

  • Sexual Assault
  • Healthy relationships
  • Stalking
  • Domestic violence
  • How to report

 

Who are SAPT members?

SAPT members are SVSU students that live healthy, balanced, fun, energetic lives and care about the health and well-being of all SVSU students. Our members come from different academic backgrounds ranging from students in the nursing program to undecided majors. The degree they are pursing does not matter as much as having a general interest in educating peers. 

 

How does one become a member of SAPT?

Students who are interested can fill out an application and turn it into the Office of Student Wellness Programs in Doan 105 to start our interview process. If you have any questions, please contact Cortney Heileman, Coordinator of Peer Health Education at 989-964-2292 or cmheilem@svsu.edu, or contact our Peer Health Education office at healthed@svsu.edu

Sexual Assault Prevention Team

Sexual Assault Prevention Team

Contact Us

studentwellness@svsu.edu
(989) 964-4658(989) 964-4658

Office

Doan 105

Hours

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Fall & Winter:
Monday - Thursday
10am - 7pm
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Spring/Summer:
Monday - Thursday
9am - 3pm
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